Romania won three golds on the final day of table tennis competition in Kinshasa ©Getty Images

Romania completed a clean sweep of table tennis titles at the Francophone Games in Kinshasa as Morocco delivered more athletics golds.

After capturing the mixed team crown on Monday (July 31), Romania underlined their dominance by winning three more titles on the final day of table tennis competition today.

Andrei-Eduard Ionescu and Elena-Adriana Zaharia helped themselves to three golds each, including the respective men’s and women’s singles titles at the Tata Raphael Stadium in the capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo.

The duo teamed up to guide Romania to mixed doubles glory as they defeated Ryan Desscann and Sandhana Desscann of Mauritius 11-2, 11-5, 11-6.

Zaharia followed up that victory by beating Fadwa Garci of Tunisia 11-4, 11-1, 11-7 to seal women’s singles gold.

It was not all plane sailing for Ionescu, but he did enough to see off Fabio Adrien Rakotoarimanana of Madagascar 11-6, 6-11, 11-9, 11-7.

France enjoyed judo success with gold medals for Chloe Devictor and Rania Drid.

Devictor clinched the women's under-57 kilograms title with victory over Madagascar’s Narindra Rakotovao.

Drid delivered France's second gold when she overcame Isabelle Harris of Canada in the women’s under-63kg final.

It could have been a hat-trick of judo titles for France only for Canada’s David Popovici to beat Tizie Gnamien in the battle for men’s under-81kg gold.

Morocco also helped themselves to a judo gold courtesy of Hassan Doukkali’s victory over Gedeon Kasota of DR Congo in the men’s under-73kg final.

There was delight for Niger as Souley Soumaila Oumarou who secured T42-47 long jump gold following a winning leap of 6.45 metres.

Cameroon’s Bouba Ibrahim earned silver with 6.44m, while Morocco’s Abdelkbir bagged bronze with 6.30m.

Selma Rosun topped a Mauritian one-two to win women’s javelin throw gold after reaching a distance of 47.91m.

Compatriot Marie Collin had to settle for silver with 45.38m, while DR Congo’s Rose Mulambavu Tiba registered 39.10m for bronze.

Burkina Faso tasted success when Rahinatou Mone secured women’s T13 long jump gold with 3.96m, beating Niger’s Saadatou Mahamadou who finished with 3.67m.

The bronze medal was won by DR Congo’s Bulenda Shimirayi after landing 3.49m.

There was more glory for Burkina Faso when Hugues Zango came out on top in the men’s triple jump final after posting 17.11m.

Senegal’s Amath Faye sealed silver with 16.61m, while Armenia’s Levon Aghasyan claimed bronze with 16.40m.

Lebanon’s Arz Zahreddine overcame Chad challenger Succes Rimoyal and Victor Allere to clinch the men’s T42-44 and T61-64 200m title in a time of 25.02sec.

Rimoyal and Alerre took the other two podium spots after finishing in 28.85 and 29.70 respectively.

Akankam Hicham got the better of fellow Moroccan Hafid Rizqy to win the men's 1500m crown.

A time of 3:41.08 saw Hicham take the title, edging Rizqy who clocked 3:41.89 for silver.

Djibouti’s Abdo-Razak Hassan rounded off the podium when he finished in 3:42.08 for bronze.

The final event of the day saw more Moroccan dominance as they completed a one-two-three in the women’s 5,000m final.

Rahma Tahiri finished first in 15:56.71 before being followed by Kaoutar Farkoussi in 15:57.91 and Soukaina Atanane in 16:05.34.

Competition is due to continue with medals set to be awarded in athletics and Para athletics and judo.